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All My Problems with the “Goodnight Moon” Bedroom by Rachel D’Apice is a critical analysis of the book Goodnight Moon . The author critiques Goodnight Moon on the basis of twelve points that can be summarized into three general categories: 1) Size. 2) Reality. 3) Practicality. The first thing that is critiqued about Goodnight Moon is the size of the room in the beginning of the story. The author satirically notes that the room is so big that you could host the 2024 Olympics in it, and that the room could be used as a banqueting hall in the BBC show Downtown Abbey. The second thing that is critiqued about Goodnight Moon is the realism of what is portrayed. The bookshelf and the books on it are examined and deemed unrealistic. The mush and the comb on the same table is also deemed unrealistic, ridiculous, and disgusting. The third thing that is critiqued about Goodnight Moon is the practicality of the items in the room. First of all, the tiny, standing clothesline is called,
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